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America leads the world in science.

America leads the world in leaders.

Combine the two and you've got . . .

The House Science and Ladyparts Committee.

While its most famous member, Professor Todd Akin, recently revealed his exciting discoveries in the field of human reproduction, his is just one  of many brilliant Republican minds on this House Committee!

Professor Akin focused on human reproduction, but his colleague Doctor Paul Brown is focused on the miracle of  fish conception:

Salmon can still conceive, even if their habitat is shut down under tons of legitimate mining debris.

Doctor Brown is also known for his ground-breaking study of fruit and vegetable recommendations.

And with the hottest July on record, the Committee's scientists continue to challenge the consensus of man-made global warming, with earth-shattering new theories!

Technology experts on the House Science and Ladyparts Committee have years of experience researching and controlling the tubes of the Internet,

And honorary members of the Committee have shared and promoted new inventions as their political star shines like a supernova!

While other scientists are enthralled with the witchcraft of evolution, committee members advocate for the sound science of creationism and intelligent design.

So as others get caught up in unsound "theories" and hoaxes, the House Science and Ladyparts Committee continues its work, researching and mapping the untold mysteries of the universe.

Originally posted to Daily Kos on Fri Aug 24, 2012 at 07:00 AM PDT.

Also republished by Abortion and Comics.

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